Performed in English and French, Two-Part Inventions (Les Inventions à deux voix) from Montreal’s Les Deux Mondes makes its world premiere at Toronto’s international children’s festival, JUNIOR. An encounter between a girl and a boy in their apartment building leads to a journey of personal discovery. Alone in an imaginary world far away from adults, they play-act their way through the range of emotions affecting their lives – from passion to boredom to their fear of the unknown. What if “elsewhere” was just behind the door? A touching production that children won’t forget. Targeted to children and youth ages four to 14 and their families, JUNIOR (May 18 – 24, 2019) challenges young people to explore new perspectives and ask enlightening questions in a live setting. Featuring world, North American and Canadian premieres, the festival includes an extensive lineup of free and ticketed programing encompassing theatre, live concerts, dance, puppetry, circus, storytelling, arts and crafts and more, from leading family entertainers and artists from across Canada and around the world. For a full programming lineup visit harbourfrontcentre.com/junior.